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## What is a reciprocal of 5?

Reciprocal of a reciprocal gives the original number. For example, reciprocal of 5 is 1/5 and reciprocal of 1/5 is 5.

## What is a reciprocal number in math?

The reciprocal of a fraction is just switching the numerator (top number) and the denominator (bottom number). The opposite reciprocal takes the negative of that number.

**What is the reciprocal of ¾?**

3/4 is the reciprocal of 4/3.

**What is the reciprocal of 5 by 8?**

The reciprocal of 5/8 is 8/5.

### What is a reciprocal of 13?

3

Likewise the reciprocal of 13 is 3 and so on.

### What is the reciprocal of 5 by 6?

Answer: 6/5 is the reciprocal of 5/6.

**What is a reciprocal of 2 9?**

The reciprocal of 2 / 9 2/9 2/9 is 9 / 2 9/2 9/2, because that’s what we get when we flip the fraction upside down.

**Is 0.5 or 0.05 greater?**

As 50>5, so 0.5>0.05, Hence we get the answer as 0.5 is greater than 0.05.

#### What is a reciprocal of 14?

hence reciprocal of 14 is 1/14..

#### Is 0.25 or 0.2 smaller?

0.25 is bigger than 0.2 because of an additional 0.05. Explanation: We know that, 0.2 = 0.20. So we can simply conclude that 0.25 is bigger than 0.20 because 25 is bigger than 20.

**Is 0.2 or 0.22 greater?**

In fact, it gets 10 times smaller each time. So 0.222 is 10 times closer to 0.22 as 0.22 is to 0.2, and so on.

**What is a reciprocal of 1?**

1 itself

The reciprocal of 1 is 1 itself. The reciprocal or multiplicative inverse is the number we have to multiply to obtain an answer equivalent to the multiplicative identity 1. The reciprocal of 1 is 1.

## What are some examples of reciprocal numbers?

The reciprocal of a number is also called its multiplicative inverse.

## How do you calculate the reciprocal of a number?

Method 3 of 3: Finding the Reciprocal of a Decimal Change it to a fraction if possible. You might recognize some common decimal numbers that can easily be turned into fractions. Write out a division problem. If you can’t change it to a fraction, calculate the reciprocal of that number as a division problem: 1 ÷ (the decimal). Change the division problem to use whole numbers.

**How do you calculate reciprocal?**

To find the reciprocal of any number, just calculate “1 ÷ (that number).”. For a fraction, the reciprocal is just a different fraction, with the numbers “flipped” upside down (inverted). For instance, the reciprocal of 3/4 is 4/3.

**Is there a formula to find the reciprocal of a number?**

The definition of “reciprocal” is simple. To find the reciprocal of any number, just calculate “1 ÷ (that number).” For a fraction, the reciprocal is just a different fraction, with the numbers “flipped” upside down (inverted). For instance, the reciprocal of 3 / 4 is 4/3. Jun 14 2019